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WE'LL E'RE BE TRUE 

AND IN THE LIGHT 

OF TRUTH AND LIGHT 

HOLD HIGH THE GOLD AND BLUE 




PROUDLY WE HAIL 
THY NAME. 



OUR ALMA MATER, OLD 




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ADMINISTRATION 

FACULTY 

AND STAFF 



Section Editor: Kim Jones 






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Mary Cople, Billy Ray Robinson, Bobby Ray Robinson, James Isaac, Wesley Payne, James McGMI, Rublleen Lompkln, Jackie Lee, Callle Gooding, 
Rena Hancock, Daisy Shealy, Ernest Boulware, Thomasena Moore, Mildred Price. NOT PICTURED — First Shift. 




Dr. James Law 
Vice President Academic Affairs 



Dr. Francine Madrey 
Vice President Student Affairs 



Mr. Wilburn Sanders. Jr. 
Admissions/Asst. Dir. 




Dr. Ciiarles Onwucheltwa 
Dept. Head/Business 



Dr. Sunday Ndoh 
Asst. Professor/Business 



l\^rs. Jocelyn Jones 
Dir. Banlting and Finance 




Mr. Offerman 
Instructor/Business 



Permual Thirumurthy 
Asst. Professor/Business 



Mr. Dicl( Nicliols 
Visiting Professor/iBM Business 




Dr. Baharanyl 
Visiting Fullbrlght/Professor 



Dr. Maxine Moore 
Assoc. Professor/English Dept. 



Dr. Geoffrey Wilson 
Chemistry/Instruction 





Dr. Phyllis Worthy Dawklns 
Dept. Head/Physical Education 



Ms. Catherine Wright 
Instructor/Physical Education 



Mr. Allen Saxe 
Instructor/Urban Studies 




Or. Daniel Hoffman 
Assoc. Professor/Urban Studies 



Dr. Jerry Kolo 
Asst. Professor/Urban Studies 



Mrs. Mildred Swift 
Instructor/Social Work 



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Dr. Percial Thomas 
Assoc. Professor/Dir. Honors Program 



Professor/Psychology 



Mr. Michael Kidda 
Asst. Professor/Psychology 





Dr. Sarah Pereia 
Visiting Professor/Foreign Lang. 



Mr. Nigel Ayton 
Assoc. Professor/Foreign Lang. 



Mrs. Antonia Lassaletta 
Assf. Professor/Foreign Lang. 




Mrs. Bessie Ledbetter 
Asst. Professor/Engish 



Dr. Charlotte D'Armond 
Asst. Professor/Communications 



Mr. Charles Rogers 
Asst. Professor/Art 



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Mr. William Goodson 
Audio Visual Cord./Communlcations 



Rev. Calvin Hood 
Religion 



Mr. Christopher Kemp 
Dept. Head/Music 




Mrs. Joyce Schuler 
Instructor/Music 



Mrs. Cheryl Martin 
Counselor/ Admissions 



Mrs. Shirley Twitty 
Asst. Registrar 




Mrs. Genevieve KInard 
Asst. Reglstar Office 



Ms. Vermella McManus 
Sec. Registrar Office 



Mrs. Brenda DeBerry 
Sec. Registrar 




Valerie Walker 
Sect, to Student Affairs 



Francis Harris 
Financial Aid 



Mary Hoyle 
Sect. Financial Aid 




Rene KIrkpatrIck 
Sect. English 



Jackie Thomas 
Director — Writing Center 



June Massey 
Sect. Residential Life 





Terry McPherson 
Coordinator LIston Hall 



Donna Smith 
Circulation — Library 



Patricia Broughton 
Asst. Serials — Library 




Cynthia Maxwell 
Tech. Services 



Carlotta Lewis 
Library 



James Cuthperson 
Special Services 




Babara Massey 
Manager Bookstore 



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Philadelphia PA 

Lisa Adams 

Gary IN 

Venessa Alford 

Maxton NC 

Adrienne Anderson 

Richmond VA 

Carolyn Anderson 

Mayseville SC 



Mark Anderson 

Chicago IL 

Lorenzo Archer 

Virginia Beach VA 

Robin Banks 

Florence SC 

Sharlfa Banks 

Elizabeth NJ 

Thomas Banks 

Hamden CN 



Aylsha Barnes 

Durham NC 

Michael Barnes 

Fayetteville NC 

Alonzita Bass 

RiverRouge Ml 

Capricia Bell 

East Orange NJ 

Joel Bennett 

Wilmington NC 



Hassan Berry 

Brooklyn NY 

Sheila Blanding 

Clemson SC 

Andrea Bonapart 

Orangeburg SC 

Debra Bookman 

Prosperity SC 

Alford Boone 

New York NY 



Baron Bradley 

Bronx NY 

Nikki Bramlett 

Wilmington NC 

Heath Broughton 

Wyandach NY 

Pearl Brown 

Lexington NC 

Marion Brown 

Chester SC 



TIce Brown 

Pontiac Ml 

Helena Burrus 

Richmond VA 

Ernell Bryant 

Dover NC 

Terrence Bryant 

Philadelphia PA 

Dwayne Byrd 

Spartanburg SC 




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Janet Campbell 

Round-O SC 
Sharonda Carmichael 

Fayetteville NC 
Veronica Chappell 
Orange NJ 
Michael Charity 

Washington DC 
Kla Cheeks 

Philadelphia PA 



Bernlce Clark 

Newberry SC 
Shawn Collier 
Mt. Holly NJ 
Douglas Collins 
Chicago IL 
Walter Cotten 
New York NY 
Sonya Crump 
Buffalo NY 



Rosalind Currence 

Rock Hill SC 
Gerald Cutts 
Fayetteville NC 
Pegetta Darden 
Niesvaden W. GA 
Anton Davis 
Washington DC 
Leslie Dawson 
Buffalo NY 



FRESHMEN 



Juanita Dean 

Columbia SC 

Sidney Dean 

Sanford NC 

James Dickens 

Tarboro NC 

Marvin Dirton 

Greenville SC 

Natasha Doby 

Raeford NC 



Pamela Ooiley 

Boston MA 

Anthony Donaldson 

Greensboro NC 

Tangela Douglas 

Greensboro NC 

Jay Duckett 

Columbia SC 

Ronald Durr 

Newark NJ 



Dwain Edwards 

Kinston NC 

Regina Edwards 

Rocky Mount VA 

Sterling Edwards 

Greenville NC 

Harry Exume 

Miami FL 

Cherie Faulk 

Robbins NC 



Alisa Fleming 

Boston MA 

Velda Fludd 

Charleston SC 

Loudell Ford 

Fort Motte SC 

Rhonda Foster 

Reidsville NC 

Monique Franklin 

Springfield MA 



Kerry Freeman 

Virginia Beach VA 

Mia Frieson 

Florence SC 

Bathsheba Gaither 

Great Falls SC 

Tina Galbreith 

Pinehurst NC 

Calvin Gant 

Washington DC 



Dot Gantt 

Ridgeway SC 

Terresa Garrison 

Greenville SC 

Iris Gaylord 

Waynesboro GA 

Anthony Gerow 

Manning SC 

Ernest Giles 

Winston-Salem NC 







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Sheila Giles 

Charlotte NC 
Michael Gillls 
Southern Pines NC 
Bridget Glenn 
Gastonia NC 
Naranja Glenn 
Brandon FL 
Sherry Glover 
St. Mathews SC 



Lorna Gooch 

Pinehurst NC 
Tina Golsby 
Shelby NC 
Teresa Green 
Lumberton NC 
Veronica Green 
Winston-Salem NC 
Renea Hairston 
Winston-Salem NC 



Jackie Hardy 

Farmville SC 
IVIitchell Hargett 
Fayetteville NC 
Erwin Harris 
Brooklyn NY 
Natasha Harris 
Washington DC 
Stevette Harris 
Atlanta GA 



FRESHMEN 



lesha Hartz 

Rocky Mount NC 

Talessia Herbin 

Reidsviile NC 

Benita Hicks 

Miami FL 

Felice Hightower 

Brooklyn NY 

Tracy Hiliiard 

Newport News VA 



Nicheile Hodge 

Bronx NY 

Tammie Hoibert 

Spartanburg SC 

Muriel Hoiioway 

Union SC 

Teresa Home 

Lamar SC 

Clarence Horton III 

Washington DC 



Andrea Huffman 

North SC 

Eric Humphries 

Pittsburgh PA 

Stanze Hunter 

N. Chicago IL 

Adriane Jackson 

Clemson SC 

Lucinda Jamison 

Fort Motte SC 



Oliver Jackson 

Rochester NY 

Jamil Jeffries 

East Orange NJ 

Antoinette Johnson 

Augusta GA 

Howard Johnson 

Cockeysville MD 

Jeanette Johnson 

Shelby, NC 



Sonya Johnson 

Columbia SC 

Stephaine Johnson 

Reidsviile NC 

Terry Johnson 

Concord NC 

Christopher Jones 

New York NY 

Ivy Jones 

Charleston SC 



Jason Jones 

Washington DC 

Lisa Jones 

Lumberton NC 

Darrin Kelly 

Southern Pines NC 

Stacy Ketter 

Newport Rl 

Theodore Kennedy 

Columbia SC 




FRESHMEN 





Ryan KInard 

Columbia SC 
Juan Kizzie 
Fayetteville NC 
Stephanie Knox 
Silver Springs MD 
Michael Lesane 
Georgetown SC 
Tambra Latta 
Charlotte NC 



George Lee 

N, Babylon NY 
Gwendolyn Lee 
Miami FL 
Rosalind Lee 
Philadelphia PA 
Alfred Leonard 
Raleigh NC 
Tammy LIgglns 
Milledgeville GA 



Craig LIndsey 

Capitol Heights MD 
Dorothy LIndsey 
Mount Vernon NY 
Ronald Lopez 
Lynchburg VA 
Maurice Lowery 
Charlotte NC 
Mark Lutch 
Elizabeth NJ 



FRESHMEN 



Caria Mackey 

Charleston SC 

Kimberly MaKlns 

Laurens SC 

Brian Marshall 

Somerville NJ 

Mark Martin 

Mauldin SC 

Mary Martin 

Esmont VA 



Rodney Martin 

Pinehurst NC 

Ronald Martin 

Aberdeen NC 

Angela Mason 

Charleston SC 

Felicia Mathus 

Ft. Lauderdale FL 

Marvin Maynor 

Savannah GA 



Gary McCall 

Wyandach NY 

Maurice McCormIck 

Fairmont NC 

Voncllle McCoy 

Columbia SC 

John McCray 

Manning SC 

Diana McCullers 

Winston-Salem NC 



Lisa McCurry 

Detroit Ml 

Tina McEachin 

Maxton NC 

Gregory McEiroy 

Newark NJ 

Lee Mclntyre 

Rowland NC 

Karol McNIel 

Loris SC 



John McCrae 

Aberdeen NC 

Garry Melton 

Southern Pines NC 

Wendy MIley 

Hempstead NY 

Pamela Mills 

Jamaica NY 

Sharon Mobley 

Charlotte NC 



Lisa Moore 

Washington DC 

Lois Moore 

Whiteville NC 

Lundia Moore 

Millidgeville GA 

MIcheal Moore 

Greensboro NC 

Kyron Morse 

New York NY 











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Nathaniel Moses 

Rocky Mount NC 
Deborah Moss 
Cape Girardea MO 
Oonnafaye Moss 
Northchas SC 
Laura Moten 
Columbia SC 
Antoinette Murphy 
Charlotte NC 



Petrina Nelson 

Capitol Heights MD 
Ray Paris 
Maplewood NJ 
Franklin Patterson 
Salisbury NC 
Sam Patterson 
Plainfield NJ 
Cedric Perkins 
Tuscaloosa AL 



Kandis Perry 

Atlanta GA 
Michelle Perry 
Saginaw Mi 
Michelle Phifer 
Charlotte NC 
David Phillips 
Lansing Ml 
Darlene Poole 
Bronx NY 



Gerald Powell 

Fayettevllle NC 
Michael Powell 
St, Louis MO 
Brenda Prince 
Charlotte NC 
Curtis Quarles 
Buffalo NY 
Paul Quick 
Washington DC 



Howard Rakine 

Montego Bay JA 
R. Carol Raley 
Charlotte NC 
Gwendolyn Ray 
Charlotte NC 
Tyra Reid 
Hempstead NC 
Reggie Rice 
Spartanburg SC 



Claude Richards 

East Orange NJ 
Jaqueline Robinson 
Charlotte NC 
Leonad Roseboro 
Lincolnton NC 
Robin Ruffin 
Elm City NC 
John Sanders 
Washington DC 



FRESHMEN 




Monte Sanders 

Savannah GA 

Derek Satchell 

Camden NJ 

LeHta Savage 

Greensboro NC 

Gieselle Searcy 

Chicago IL 

Carolyn Shaw 

Tarboro NC 



Trade Shields 

Fayetteville NC 

Joe Sllva 

Boston MA 

Harriett Simmons 

Waiterboro SC 

Dawn Slaughter 

St. Mathews SC 

Fredrick Smith 

Eagle Springs 



Jimmie Smith 

West End NC 

Louis Smith 

Washington Dc 

Paula Smith 

Concord NC 

Thelena Smith 

Fayetteville NC 

Tracey Stallworth 

Queens NY 



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Dana Stevens 

St. Louis MO 
William Steward 
Newport News VA 
Tresha Stocker 
Atlanta GA 
Michael Stubbs 
Chicago IL 
Angela Suber 
Upper Marlboro MD 



Andrew Tabor 

Cleveland NC 
Jill Taylor 
Durham NC 
Marshen Taylor 
Buffalo NY 
Malacy Taylor 
Raleigh NC 
William Taylor 
Farmville NC 



John Terry 

Greenwood SC 
Loura Thompson 
Fairmont NC 
Paul Thompson 
Landover MD 
Saulahadin Thomas 
Fayetteville NC 
Tonya Thompson 
South Orange NJ 



FRESHMEN 




Dasschel Twiaos 

Latham NY 

Jeffrey Vail 

n\\e NC 

Lynair Walker 

New Haven CT 

Millssa Walker 

Raleigh NC 

Shonda Wallace 

East Orange NJ 



Denene Washington 

Savannah GA 

David Washington 

Bonneau SC 

Fred Washington 

Philadelphia PA 

Lisa Watson 

Rochester NY 

Fred Wayne 

Kansas City KS 



Victoria Weeks 

Durham NC 

Jerome White 

Philadelphia PA 

Charles Wiggins 

Spartanburg SC 

Kim Wilkes 

Brevard NC 

Barrondia Wllklns 

Buftalo NY 



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Joe Weinberg 




Hampton VA 




Belinda Williams 




Bronx NY 




Countels Williams 




Orlando FL 




Deidre Williams 




Henderson NC 


Donlel Williams 


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Philadelphia PA 


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Daytona Beach FL 


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Washington DC 


Jackie Williams 


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Gastonia NC 


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LIndsey Williams 




Savannah GA 


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Pamela Williams 


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Anderson SC 


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Mullins SC 


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Tracey Williams 


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Severn MD 




Yolanda Witherspoon 




Salisbury NC 
David Wilson 


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Chicago IL 




IVIichelle Wilson 




Columbia SC 


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Kim Woodhouse 


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St. Louis MO 


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Lynchburg VA 


Duane Yates 


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East Orange NJ 




SOPHOMORES 

Muritala Asibade 

Iradan Nigeria 

Johnny Allbrooks 

Raeford NC 

Anjanette Anderson 

Lexington NC 

Shelton Applewhite 

Newark NJ 



Vincent Armstrong 

Willingboro NJ 

Stephanie Atldns 

Badin NC 

Kimberly Barnette 

Kannapolis NC 

Eljuna Barrier 

High Point NC 



Sonia Bel! 

Fort Washington MD 
Clyshonda Beverley 
Willingboro NJ 
Morris Bodrick 
Orangeburg SC 
Tracey Booker 
East Orange NJ 



Sherri Bosket 

Landover MD 

Tabitha Braddy 

Newark NJ 

Lisa Brewington 

Charlotte NC 

Denise Brown 

Carrollton MD 




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Valerie Bryant Duane Bullock Tony Bush 

Smithfield NC Washington DC Charlotte NC 



Jammie Caldwell Cheryl Cameron 

Greenvilie SC Lake City SC 




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Miami FL 
Kim Cannon 




San Diego CA 




Sonya Cherry 


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Herbert Coates 


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Charlotte NC 


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Chicago IL 


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Raeford NC 


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Richmond VA 


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Midville GA 


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Tyrone Diggs 


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Brandywine MD 


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Irvin Dingle 


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Miami FL 


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Richard Dozler 


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Columbia SC 


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Davron Dula 


Lenior NC 


Cynthia Dunbar 




Columbia NC 

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Silver Springs MD Charleston SC Columbia SC Lumberton NC 




Sebastian Farmer 

Rocky Mount NC 






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LaTonya Floyd 

Fayetteville NC 
Ronica Geiger 
Columbia SC 
Derrick Green 

East Orange NJ 



Rodrick Ford 

Goldsboro NC 
Doug Goldston 

Graham NC 
Sophia Griffin 

Simpsonville SC 



Leslie Forney 

Salisbury NC 
Yolanda Goode 

Burlington NC 
Angela Hamilton 

Spindale NC 



Antonia Fox 

Rocky Mount NC 
Dusenburg Goodwin 

Hamlet NC 

Michael Hamilton 

Goldsboro NC 



April Francis 

Pleasantville NJ 

Chris Graham 

Mount Holly NC 

Randolyn Haywood 

Charlotte NC 



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Lynette Harris 

Boston MA 
Willie Harris 
Tampa FL 
Patricia Harrison 
Charleston SC 
Tammy Harrison 
Greenville SC 



Tina Higgins 

Asheville NC 
Eddie Hill 
Laurinburg NC 
DeVonne Hoiloway 
Columbia SC 
Christopher Holly 
Aulander NC 



Karen Hoyle 

Hickory NC 
Rodney Hopkins 
Salisbury NC 
Sebastian Hopkins 
Chester SC 
Glenda Horton 
Bronx NY 



Frances Hubert 

Charlotte NC 
Charlotte Hunter 
Chicago IL 
Pat Hugley 
Phenixcity AL 
Cailie Jackson 
Oakboro NC 




Terry Jeter 

Spartanburg SC 



Caivin Johnson 

Clio SC 



Pamela Johnson 

Lumberton NC 

Wilhelmina Johnson 

Lynchburg SC 

Tim Jones 

Greensboro NC 

Stephanie Jordan 

Pompano FL 



Raymond Joyner 

Columbia SC 

Devoria Keaton 

Riegelwood NC 

Katherine Keitt 

Forest City NC 

Darryl Kemp 

Wyandach NY 



















Susan Marrow 

Philadelphia PA 



Amy Maddox Yvette Mathis 

Detroit Ml Amityville NY 



Demetrius iVIayfield 

Chester SC 



Tracey IVIcClammy 

Jacksonville NC 





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Pamela McCloud 

Summerville SC 
Mary McNeely 

Monroe NC 
Bernard Miles 

Chester SC 



Paul McCombs 

Hickory NC 

Glennis McNeill 

Reidsville NC 

Sally Miller 

Kannapolis NC 



Ricky McCray 

Sumter SC 

Asonya Meadows 

Woodruff SC 

Sheila Moore 

Whiteville NC 



Charles McCullough 

Bennettsville SC 

Gwenarda Medley 

Upper Marlboro MD 

Teri Moore 

Winston-Salem 



Marcia McFadden 

Sumter SC 

Jamela Middleton 

Charleston SC 

Darnell Newkirk 

Faison NC 












Travis C. Norrls 

Gaffney SC 

Don Riley 

Aiken SC 

NaTlna L. Savage 

Philadelphia PA 

DesI SIngletary 

Newark NJ 



Gv»endolen Patterson 

Great Falls SC 
Mia Robinson 
Washington DC 
Christina Sellers 
Mocksville NC 
Kelvin Slater 








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Vicl<ie Powe 


Michelle Oglesby 


Charlotte NC 


Wadesboro NC 


E. Spencer NC 


Tall Roberts 


Eric Russell 


Atoniea Sanford 


East Orange NJ 


Greenville SC 


Forest City NC 


Donald Sims 


Janneiie Simpson 


Lacy Simpson 


Atlanta GA 


Bennettsville 


Selma NC 


IVIichelle Smith 


Teresa Smyre 


Angela Strozler 


Chicago IL 


Harmony NC 


Atlanta GA 


Delvin Talton 


Moses Talton 


April Tate 




Ft. Lauderdale FL 


High Point NC 






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Andrey Thompson 

Chester SC 

Tonya Wade 

Willingboro NJ 

James White 

Newark NJ 

Wendell Wilson 

Greensboro NC 



Babara Thomas 


Jacqueline Thomas 


Benadectra Thompson 


Walterboro SC 


St. Croix VI 


Kannapolis NC 


Samantha Davis 


Stephanie Tripp 


Tlyika Tonge 


Heath Springs SC 


Upper Marlboro MO 


New York NY 


Tabatha Walker 


Donnika Washington 


Paris Webb 




Philadelphia PA 


Miami FL 


Charlie Williams 


Earl Williams 


Roger Williams 


Jacksonville NC 


Burlington NC 


Detroit Ml 


Tabatha Woods 


William Wyatt 


Valarle Young 


Bronx NY 


Houston TX 


Clinton SC 




IMonica Thompson 

Clemson SC 

Eric Waller 

Willingboro NJ 

Bridget Wilform 

Charlotte NC 
Stephen Woods 
Charleston SC 



JUNIORS 

Holly Adderton 

N. Myrtle Beach 

Deneen Alford 

Jersey City NJ 

Erik Andrews 

Fort Lauderdale FL 

Leander Askew 

Charleston SC 



Malcom Avant 

Chicago IL 

Cynthia Barnes 

Middlesex NC 

Tracey Banks 

Washington DC 

Michelle Beach 

Boston MA 



Valencia Becks 

Washington DC 

Georgia Bennett 

Robin Bishop 

Columbia SC 

Donald Booker 

Greensboro NC 



Karl Booker 

Somerset NJ 
Estelle Bowers 
Washington DC 

Brenda Britt 

Chicago IL 
Vincent Brown 

Winston-Salem NC 




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Washington DC 



Audra Burgess 

Bartow FL 



Kenneth Burgess 

New York NY 



Anthony Byers 

Charlotte NC 



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Ronald Capers 

Beaufort SC 
Karen Clare 
New Bern NC 
Eric Conyers 

Sumter SC 



Bernard Cason 


Janice Chambers 


Tracy Chamblee 


Reglna Cheatam 


Miami FL 


Charlotte NC 


Brool<lyn NY 


Teaneck NJ 


KImberiy Clark 


Vincent Cobbs 


Ralph Colllngton 


Michael Collins 


Rome NY 


Morton Copeland 


Landover MD 


Sea brook MD 


Kelvin Cooper 


Miami FL 


Norma Craig 


Tuwanna Crews 


Sumter SC 




Chester SC 


Jacksonville FL 





Pauline Crosby 


Barbara Cunningham 


Derrick Curtis 


Pam Davis 


Patrice Davis 


Steve Davis 


Capitol Heights MD 


Capitol Heights MD 


Timmonsville SC 


Midville GA 


Houston TX 


Cherly Dawl<ins 


Harold Dixon 


Adwaina Dubose 


Marsha Dubose 


Eula Earle 


Capitol Heights MD 


Goldsboro NC 


Fayetteville NC 


Darlington SC 


Greer SC 


Deborah Easterling 


Paula Eaton 


James Ely III 


Jeff Ervin 




Laurinburg SC 


Baltimore MD 


Portsmouth VA 


Lenior NC 




Teral Fair 

Silver Springs MD 
Robert Franklin 
Washington DC 
Jenny Gilbert 

Claremont NC 



Toye Fennell 

Washington DC 

Denise Fraser 

St. Thomas VI 

Tehauna Goodwin 

Hamlet NC 



Clayton Fernader 

Nassau NP BAH 
Leslie Galloway 
Martinsville VA 
Carolyn Green 

Johnsonville SC 



Shirley Fields 

Walterboro SC 

Tammie Galloway 

Martinsville VA 

Darrell Greene 

Capitol Heights MD 



Lisa Franklin 

Pompao FL 

Lori Gavin 

Naples FL 

Kenneth Griffin 

Bowie MD 









TaQuila Jones 

Bartow FL 
Robyn Johnson 
Bennettesville SC 
Sean Johnson 
Philadelphia PA 
Viola Johnson 



Lambert Joyner 

Washington DC 
Bonjta Kearse 
High Point NC 
Tonya Kelly 
Brooklyn NY 
Almeta Keno 
E. Orange NJ 




Constance Martin 

Shelby NC 

Karen McAlister 

Washington DC 

Barry McDonald 

Florence SC 

Lisa McDonald 

Fayetteville NC 



Kim McLean 

High Point NC 

Jacqueline McMichael 

Stannford CT 

Reggie McNeely 

Washington DC 

Tracy McPherson 

Washington DC 



Marshall Mitchell 

Anderson SC 

Lolita Mobley 

Chicago II 

David Moncree 

Dayton OH 

Lisa Montgomery 

Charlotte NC 



Kimbrelyn Moore 

Bennettsville SC 

Tamela Moore 

New York NY 

Carl Myers 

Charleston SC 

Brenda Nash 

Charlotte NC 




Dawn Nelson 

Hempstead NY 



Michelle Ogletree 

Columbus GA 



Andrea Oree 

Charleston SC 



Nathaniel Parks 

Baltimore MD 



Donna Pasley 

Bronx NY 




Kevin Pate 

Charlotte NC 
Mary E. Quick 
Bennettsville SC 
Andrea Roberts 

Winston-Salem NC 



Jacltie Patterson 

Greenville SC 

Daniei Ray 

Forestville MD 

Siiehdan Rictiardson 

Raleigh NC 



John Pierce 

Washington DC 

Valeria Reid 

Denver CO 

Constance Rogers 

Boston MA 



Felicia Pincltney 

St. Stephen SC 

Tammy Reveron 

New York NY 

Lisa Ross 

Chicago IL 



Robin Pridgett 

Boston MA 
l\1lchaei Rice 
New York NY 
IVIarl(us Ross 

Clinton MD 




Al Sampson 

Brooklyn NY 

Marisa Sanders 

Johns Island SC 

Kyle Satterwhite 

Audubon PA 

Hugh Scott 

Brooklyn NY 



James Scott 

Washington DC 

Ned Sergew 

Bronx NY 

Leon Shipp 

Mt. Holly NC 

Felita Singletary 

Columbia NC 



Sandra Singletary 

Lake City SC 

Rendella Smaw 

Cape Charles VA 

Alesla Smith 

Goldsboro NC 

Kenneth Snow 

Georgetown SC 



Darlene Streeter 

Chicago IL 

Felicia Stroud 

Griffin GA 

Brenda Styles 

Spartanburg SC 

Jeanette Taylor 

Salisbury NC 



Gina Trice 

Jamaica NY 
Greggory Trappier 

Durham NC 
Lori Thompson 

Queens NY 
Yvette Thompson 

Robbins NC 









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Henry Thomas 

Charlotte NC 
Fred Thompson 
Fayetteville NC 
Maurice Vines 
Utica NY 
Anthony Walker 
Charleston SC 



William Wallter 

Gaffney SC 
Hope Washington 
Charleston SC 
Stephanie Watts 

Charlotte NC 
April Werts 

New York NY 



Delmanetta Whetstone 

Kinston NC 
Lita White 
Winston-Salem NC 
Antoine Whitlocit 
Brooklyn NY 
Annette Williams 
Augusta GA 



J'Nean Williams 

Philadelphia PA 
Stepphanie Williams 
Camp Springs MD 
Walter Willis 
Redbank NJ 
Sandra Wilson 
Andrews SC 



Janice Young 

Shelby NC 
Ophelia Young 

Eutawville SC 




JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIVERSITY 



This says it ail. This was piaced along with a 
matching one on both sides of Beatties Ford 
Road. They herald the beginning of entrance of 
the school and enhance the natural beauty of 
the campus. 



SANDERS HALL 



Built on the Campus' West Side Sanders is a 
residence hall for women. It was built at the 
same time during the administration of Rufus R 
Perry, that four other buildings were erected. 



THE UNIVERSITY MEMORIAL UNION 



This Is THE most travelled place of any building 
on campus. Catering to not only students but 
faculty and staff. It has many functions such as 
dances, meetings, parties, weddings, recep- 
tions, seminars, speakers and the list goes on. 
Run by the indominable Mrs. Crisp the Union 
has been the focal point of the campus for years. 
It houses the University bookstore, the Post Of- 
fice and the Dining Hall known far and wide as 
the 'cafe'. It also has a canteen for food services 
until the late night munchies are stopped. 





JACK S. BRAYBOY GYMNASIUM 



Named for the prolific coach and Director of 
Athletics Brayboy is renown as one of the hard- 
est gyms for any baslietball team to defeat our 
Golden Bulls. Sports Magazine said that it was 
the roudius place in the south and the Charlotte 
Observer called it "The IVIadhouse" and we love 
to live up to that reputation. 




LISTON HALL 



The second largest dorm on campus houses over 
250 male freshmen. It was built during the great 
expansion period of the mid-sixties. 




HUMANITIES BUILDING 



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As of yet the not named Humanities Building 
houses the English and Foreign Language Dept. 
The ground breaking was in October 1985 and 
the dedication will be soon in the Spring semes- 
ter of '87. This building joins the long line of 
Impressive edifices on our campus. 




BIDDLE HALL 



Biddle Hall is the oldest standing building on our campus. It was the 
original school building used by Rev. S.C. Alexander and Rev. Willis L. 
Miller the co-founders of the University. This building has been declared 
a historical landmark. 




THE CARNEGIE BLDG. 



This building began Its service as the schools 
library. After the school began expanding In the 
Sixties it was converted into its present use, Fi- 
nancial Aid and Placement. 




SCIENCE HALL 



Often called the Old Science Hall this build- 
ing was one of the many that was erected 
when Mrs. Johnson C. Smith donated hun- 
dreds of thousands of dollars to the then Bid- 
die Institute. 




CARTER HALL 



Carter Hall, which is now presently a male 
dormitory, is the oldest dorm on this campus. 
It is still one of the largest and is renown as 
'Animal House' and 'Castle Grey Skull'. This 
building like Biddle Hall has been declared a 
hjstorial landmark. 



McCROREY HALL 



This building named after a 
citizen in South Carolina 
was the original housing 
unit of the theological 
seminary. Since the phas- 
ing out of the seminary it 
was used by Communica- 
tions and Urban Studies, 
Sociology and Drama. 



W. GREENFIELD HALL 



Named for the predessesor to Dr. Albright, 
this is the newest of the dormitories. When 
built it was the first coed dorm built by any 
black college in the Southeast. It now houses 
over 400 women and has a library, computer 
room, conference areas, and a typing room. 




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jQHNSOrsfG SMITH 

UNIVERSITY 



To The Class of 1987: 

Just four aJiort years ago, we entered Johnson C, Smith University together; you as our entering freshman class and I as President of the University. 
Hence, it should be no surprise or secret that I feel a very special kinship with the class of 1987, for In every imaginable way you are my "first class" of 
graduates Over the years, we have witnessed, experienced and presided over many changes at our university - and your class, the class of 1987, have been 
the important architects and living examples of what we so proudly proclaimed as our New Era of Excellence 

Clearly, Smith has grown and prospered since you arrived on the campus in August, 1983. You were an important part of our phenomenal $6,000,000 
Capital Campaign, you observed the construction and opening of Greenfield Hall and our new Humanities Building; you were the first class of seniors to 
occupy our new Banking Center, you benefited directly from the renovation of Duke, Smith, Carter and Myers Halls, and, you will one day be able to 
proudly proclaim to your children and grandchildren that you were a student at JCSU when the restoration of Blddle Hall began Indeed, you will have 
many fond and glorious memories of the days you spent at Alma Mater - and I hope that you will someday recognize and appreciate the many things we 
have been able to accomplish together at a time when the future of many of the nation's Historically black Colleges is questionable 

I have little doubt that our very fine faculty has prepared you well for the future. You have survived a very rigorous academic experience and you are, 
quite frankly, among the best educated students in the country today. However, I sincerely hope that Johnson C, Smith University has given you more 
than Just a good education and the means to acquire economic security and personal fulfillment for the future, I hope that we have instilled in you an 
almost arrogant sense of confidence about your abilities, a love for Alma Mater, a sense of pride in being a graduate of this historic institution, and a 
recognition of your responsibility to the community which made it possible for you to achieve your educational goals. 

I wish you all much success in the future You are our brightest and our best You are the best hope of our community and the nation for providing the 
kind of unique sensitivity. Intellectual skills and deep commitment for insuring genuine equality of opportunity for all of our citizens. 

May God speed you on your way - and may you ever be true to the "DEAR OLD GOLD AWD BLUE " 

With deepest respect, affection and appreciation, I am 

Very sincerely yours. 



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Dr. Robert Albright, Mrs. Linda Albright, Kela and Lance Albright. 





Alvis Aikens 

Computer Science 
New Bern NC 



Anthony Anderson 

Computer Science 
New York NY 



Yvette Alston 

Computer Science 
Myrtle Beach SC 



Demetnce Andrews 

Banking & Finance 
Philadelphia PA 




Billy Banks 

Business Management 
Charlotte NC 



Craig Bell 

Mathmatics 
Miami FL 



Vicki Bell 

Banking & Finance 
Atlanta GA 



Katie Brice 

Early Childhood ED. 
Newton NC 




Lisa Bronson 

Political Science 
Pittsburgh PA 



Patricia Brooks 

Business Administration 
Harleyville NC 



Doris Brown 

Sociology 
Williston SC 



William Bruton 

lommunications Arts 
Pittsboro NC 




Eric Leroy Campbell 

Psychology 
Chicago IL 



Yvonne Conwell 

Communication Arts 
Southern Pines NC 




Perjna Covington 

Computer Science 
Charlotte NC 



Selita Cross 

Computer Science 
Dardens NC 



Theresa Crunkleton 

Communication Arts 
Pittsburgh PA 



Bruce Davis 

Marketing 
Sumter SC 




Kelvin Davis 

Sociology 
Ft. Mill, SC 



Sammantha Davis 

Sociology 
Ft. Mill, SC 



____ ______ 

ommunication Arts 
Rochester NY 



Dawne Easley 

Marl<eting 
Fayetteville NC 




Tiffany Eastman 

Psychology 
Boston MA 



Octavia Ellerbe 

Computer Science 
Charlotte NC 



Alisa Fryar 

Psychology 
Washington DC 



Andre Goode 

Accounting 
Bronx NY 




Herman Gore 

Biology 
Chester SC 



Jocelyn Green 

Political Science 
Wilmington NC 



Lisa Hall 

English 
Charlotte NC 



Trevon Hampton 

Communication Arts 
Hartford CO 




Ernest Hill 

Miimunication Arts 
Charlotte NC 



Walter Hill 

Communication Arts 
Charlotte NC 



Natalie Hobbs 

Communication Arts 
Greenville NC 



Ka'Sharon Hose 

Communication Arts 
Jacksonville FL 




Cassandra Howell 

Physical Education 
Asheville NC 



Richard Greggory Johnson, III 

Urban Studies 
Hastings NY 



Ida Johnson 

Computer Science 
Washington DC 



Tanya Jordan 

Banking & Finance 
Bennettesville SC 




Gloria Kenney 

Biology 
Richmond VA 



Sharon Key 

anking & Finance 
Charlotte NC 



William King 

Urban Studies 
Chester SC 




Dolores Littlejohn 

Sociology 
Gaffney SC 



Dawn Lockett 

Biology 
East. St. Louis IL 



Saundra McCracken 

Physical Education 
Southport NC 



Dennis IMccray 

Computer Science 
Madison Heights VA 




Abraham McCormick 

Political Science 
Meggett SC 



Lorna McCutchen 

Busienss Management 
Columbia SC 



Latonya McGowan 

Accounting 
Oxon Hill MD 



Kathryn McKenzie 

Marketing 
Philadelphia PA 




Georgia McLean 

Banking & Finance 
Stanley NO 



Kimberlyn Marshall 

Business Management 
Upper Malboro 



Cynthia Mayes 

Urban Studies 
Seneca SC 




Oebra Mitchell 

Psychology 
New York >IY 



Jackie Morris 

Communication Arts 
Matthews NC 



Joey Pendergrass 

Communication Arts 
Chester SC 



Ebed Ratcliff 

Queens NY 




Verdan St. Amie 

Marketing 
St. Crois USVI 



Sharon Sadler 

Banking & Finance 
Greenville SC 



Fonda Sanders 

Communications Arts 
Smithfieid SC 




Bertha Smalls 

Computer Science 
John's Island SC 



Karren Spencer 

Accounting 
Fayetteville NC 



Kimberly Stone 

Early Childhood ED. 
Ridgeway SC 




Miriam Twitty 

Banking & Finance 
Marion NC 



Caria Upshur 

siness Administration 
Hillsborough NC 



Winifred Williams 

Music Education 
Columbia SC 



Anine Wright 

Early Childhood ED, 
Camden SC 




Andrea Youngblood 

Computer Science 
Yonges Island SC 



Felicia Beane 

Biology 
Richmond VA 



Marian Flowers 

Sociology 
Newton NC 



Terry Denise Henry 

Communication Arts 
Washington DC 




Karol King 

Biology 
Atlanta GA 



Lauri Moore 

Computer Science 
Bouton Beach FL 



Beatrice Montgomery 

Social Work 
Buffalo NY 



Towanna Parker 

Business 
Rocky Mount NC 




Charmaine Moss 

Computer Science 
Charleston SC 



Mary Welch 

Sociology 
Charlotte NC 




one knows Theresa, but not because she Is popular or 

)»'>"se she's Miss JCSU. It's because of that centerfold 

6. Theresa you have no worries, even after gradu- 

Smith and your success as a broadcaster, we could 

all you with that picture. 



NCE IS A VIRTUE 



... enf of silence please! That's for the most quietest man In 
senior class. Like a shadow he moves about unseen and 
lard. So let's take another look before he quietly takes his 



TERRY DOES IT HER WAY 

Harper's Bazaar? Glamour?? Vogue?!? No. It's Terry doing what 
she does best . . . being Terry. Her zoom to stardom hasn't 
affected her. She has won just about every talent contest (ex- 
cept the Carver Talent Show (a high school in Winston-Salem) 
and that's because she didn't enter. If you don't know that she is 
the most talented female and the most likely to be famous 
you've had your head in a fridge. 





THATSJUST 



No he's not perfortlfDIi some Satantc ritual or even reacting the 
crucifixion. He's jtist being non-conformist. As usual. This R.A. 
(Ramtha's Angel) has left a devastating wake of reincarnation 
rubble In his path,«ne of which Shirley McLaine would be proud. If 
you haven't bfi|^<>c<|uainted with his views on organized religion, 
" ^^^h you won't know what to believe. 





HEY TALK TOO MUCH 
THEY NEVER SHUT UP 



s, this is LaShun and Daryl, the Luaquacious Duo. We know they 
ve tots to Talk about after Terence's bizzare picture, but that's 
(t it, they won't stop! Can you see the very reason why Daryl 
in. If you had a mouth like that you'd win most talkative too. . 
la't think LaShun can't let lose either. i 




Is this the president of Chase IVIanhattan or of [Mechanics & 
Farmer's even. No! But he does have enough senior superla- 
tives to open a small Swiss bank account: 1) most popular 2) 
most likely to be famous 3) best all-around. If he had a dollar 
bill for all these categories he could pay more than 75% of 
his bill at validation. 



HO SAYS 

)U CANT HAVE EVERYTHING 

ho said you can't have brains and beauty? Well this studi- 
ous brunette bombshell proves that you can. Don't think 
that just because she keeps her pretty little nose in a book 
that she'll be a Librarian. We all know that once she puts 
those books down every guy In town will want to "check her 
out". But her reply: "You don't even know the Dewey Deci- 
mal System." 




Minstrel of Mischief (or if you prefer tliis Bodacious Bozo) iieard that 
had won not only class clown BUT most outrageous he dashed (or as y 
see dropped) to the waiting crowd (Gwen, who happened to be on h 
way to a revival.) When asl(ed about his sudden trip he said "It's realli 
•tap^ ^ ^ 




Good God! Or should we say God s good as we behold the body 
FUL If Kathy would have lived in ancient Pompeii we see why .^^ 
blew his top. This cosmopolitan cutie, this sensual senior this gen^T 
iabido can melt butter, but beware luridng behind that pretty face i 
pretty mind. A calculating cerebrum that only adds to the be au^ i 
distracts. Now we know why that Philadelphia Cheese cream'^^'~ 

Ukfca bat out of hell she comes. This giant of a girl with the dl 

wme. Part Annie Lenox, part "The Feminist & the Fuzz" part "Poi 
f part "Little Shop of Horrors" and part "Benetton" this hodgepog 
- J— ---. .— has outraged many a person since setting foot ' 
ty to remember. But remember novelties don't . 
M sold at a flea marlcet. 



Guess it's over, call it a day Sorry that it had to end 
this way, But no reason to pretend We knew it had to 
end, but it's over Yes it's over Yes it's over the kicks 
are gone. What's the use of trying to hang on To 
whatever chance we try Let's face it, why deny. Too 
much too little too late to Ever try again. We're in 
the Middle of ending something That we knew was 
over. Yes it's over Dedicated to the Senior Class 



Dedicated to Cynthia Thorne 




Dear Cynthia, 

In my mind I see a picture 

Of a time when we were friends. 

I see your smile, and hear your laughter 

As though it were only a moment ago. 

You dance in and out of my life daily 

With ivy in your hair and candles at your feet. 

You are twining around and around 

In a mysterious dance, and you beckon to me 

With outstretched arms that I might follow 

Your beauty, which captivates me. 

But always, as I grow closer. 

You seem to glide further away. 

But I know that you will always be there — 

Waiting for me In eternity. 

Love, 



We knew you for only a minute. 
But the hours we shared can never be replaced. 
Love and Friendship, Love and Sisterhood 
Oh, what wonderful lessons you taught us! 
We can never fully close/that wonderful 

chapter of our lives 
of which you were such a part 
Our goodbyes are not forever 
We know that one day again 
We will . . . 
Laugh 
Share 
Care 
and Love — Just as before. 

by 
— Kim Jackson — 

with love from 
Gamma Delta Chapter 



In Memory of Anthony "Tick" McClam 




God has called you home my love to dwell In his gates of gold. 
The pain will ease as time prevails and I will become strong 
again. 

But the love we shared and the time we spent will remain 
locked In my heart forever. Your personality is the mecca of 
love, understanding, patience, and ambition to life and 
friends. 

You're safe now to roam about like a child again, no more 
worries of this world, but a world that God has prepared for 
us. You are the sign and symbol that we love, but God loves 
you best. 

My Love for You Will Never Die 

LaSHUN 



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Sports: Ebec Ratcllff: Section Editor 



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TENNIS ANYONE? 



Head Coach: Dana Berry 

Players: Ray Wilson, Cedric Hoi- < 

land, Deron Hardoway, Nicolas 'w 

Ecoss-Ossio, Cicero McGill, Tracy v« 

Williams. ^, 



Though because of unforseen 
complications this year's tennis 
team was young and inexperi- 
enced. This may prove a handi- 
cap but we, the student body, be- 
lieve and expect a championship 
team as we have had In the past. 




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THE CHEERLEADERS 




Debra Bookman, Felicia 
Stroud, Brenda L. Britt, 
Theresa Crunklenton, Lita 
White — Captain, Jammir 
Caldwell. 




Laurie Mott, Latonya Floyd, Tamtny 
Wynruit, Kyle Satterwhite, Johnny 
Albrooks. 




Head Coach: Horace T. Small, Ike Fullard — Assistant Coach, Moses 
Sharpe — Assistant Coach, John Logan, John Thomas, Greg 
Richardson, Dwight Simpson. 



Marvin Bartee, Anthony Walker, Mel Westmoreland, Anthony 
Linyard, Anthony Byers, Jackie Wilkes, Raymond Joyner, Tim Jones, 
Eddie Lee Cooper, Michael King, James Branch, Horace Jackson, 
Timothy Newman, Mustafa Shaeed, Alfred Braxton, Jr., Billy Banks, 
Ronald Capers, William Wyatt, Michael Hamilton, Dewayne Reed, 
Derwin Gray. 




Leroy Wise, Morton Copeland, Travis Norris, Kelvin Davis, 
Ralph Colllngton, Jerome McCoy. Sheiton Applewhite, 
Stephen Pinner, Terry Jeter, Tim Roberts, Steve Boone, 
Mitchell Hargett, John McCrae, Gary Melton, Darrin Kelley, 
Willie Cole, Mike Moore, John Terry, Willie Harris. 



Dwayne Byrd, Pierre Byrd, Jay Duckett, Anthony Dias, Bobby 
Dunbar, Dwayne Precia, Wesley Garner, Joe Cody, Joe 
FIshback, Glen Allen, Gerald Powell, Mike Barnes, Charlie 
Williams. 





BEHOLD THE 
BLUE AND 
THE GOLD 



This year the Johnson C. Smith 
IVIarchIng Golden Bulls had a 
tremendous season. Performing 
crowd pleasing dancing and 
imaginative formations this year's 
band can truly be called Genius. 
Though the band was small in 
comparison to some others, the 
members tool* on each school with 
the same enthusiasm, and it showed. 
When our BAND marched on the field 
thats when all other competition 
stopped. 



GOLDEN 



BULLS 



Congratulations to the CIAA Southern 
Divisions Champs. 22-7 




Anthony Anderson 6-8 Senior Center New Bern NC 
New Bern High Schooi 220 ibs 

Vincent Brown 6-3 Junior Guard Winston-Saiem NC 
North Forsyth High Schooi 169 ibs 

Martin Cox 6-7 Junior Forward Roosveit NY 
Roosveit High Schooi 195 Ibs 

John Dennis 5-10 Junior Guard Baltimore MO 
Lutheran High Schooi 153 ibs 

Jeff Ervin 6-6 Junior Forward Lenoir NC 
Lenior High Schooi 190 ibs 

Keith Green 6-4 Senior Forward Goidsboro NC 
Goidsboro High School 200 Ibs 

Kevin Hinton 6-5 Junior Forward Durham NC 
Southern Durham High Schooi 200 ibs 

Dante Johnson 6-6 Senior Forward Summerton SC 
Scott's Branch High Schooi 190 ibs 

Christopher Joens 6-8 Junior Center Boston MS 
Cathedral High Schooi 255 Ibs 

Johnathan King 6-7 Freshmen Guard WInston-Salem NC 
East Forsyth High School 206 ibs 



Lenny Langley 5-10 Freshmen Guard Greenville NC 
Greenville Rose High 150 ibs 

Aionzo Lunsford 6-9 Freshmen Center Rockingham NC 
Richmond County High Schooi 240 ibs 

Ricky McCormick 5-10 Senior Guard Fairmont NC 
Fairmont High Schooi 170 ibs 

Jerome McCoy 6-6 Sophomore Forward Miami FL 
Jackson High School 193 ibs 

Wayne Moulton 61 Sophomore Guard Miami FL 
Miami Jackson High Schooi 171 ibs 

Reginald Moses 6-3 Senior Guard Charlotte NC 
West Charlotte High Schooi 170 Ibs 

Rodney Richardson 6-3 Junior Guard Philadelphia PA 
Ben Franklin High Schooi 185 Ibs 

John Sanders 6-4 Freshman Forward Washington DC 
Dunbar High Schooi 175 Ibs 

Michael A. Smith 6-7 Forward Charlotte NC 
230 Ibs 

Mel Westmoreland Guard Sophomore Greensboro NC 
Dudley High School 



LADY 



BULLS 




LEFTY 
Sharrlon Faye Beard Guard Anderson IN 

LANE 
Darlene Gordon Sumter SC 

ANG 
Angela Yvette Hamilton Forward Rutherfordton 
NC 

ITTY-BITTY 
Saundra McCracken Guard Southport NC 

FLYIN' JENNY 
Antoneia Venese Sanford Guard Forest City 
NC 



TONI 
Alesla Antonia Smith Guard Golsboro NC 

TREE 
Teresa Franklin Smyre Forward 

BLACK BEAUTY 
Janle Moneke Young Forward Shelby NC 

TEE HORNE 
Teresa Home Lamar SC 

LOKI 
Loura DeLlsa Thompson Fairmont NC 

SISTER 
Alonzlta Marie Bass Forward River Rouge Ml 



COACH: 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST: 
MANAGER: 
STATISTICIAN: 

SCORER: 



Steve Joyner 
Darryl Patterson 
Jackie McMlchael 
Jeanette Taylor 
Tracy Hllllard 
Kim Moore 



HOMECOMING 



Section Editor: Kathryn McKenzie 

100 




Kim Jones performs a modern dance for the Queen. 




LaShun, Theresa, Karmen, Gloria; the summit of beauty. Goddesses 
from Mt. Olympus. 




The Ladles of the Hour: Theresa and Karmen. 




CORONATION 



Theresa Crunkleton, our queen, gives 
thanks to those who mean much to her. She 
reigned over this year's coronation v»ith 
poise and elegance. 

Miss JCSU choose for a theme this year "To 
the Limits of Imagination" this coencideded 
with the ovrall Homecoming theme "Pieces 
of the Dream." 




Their Royal Highnesses leave the stage as 
the University President, Dr. Robert L. Al- 
bright, gives his remarks. 



MISS J's 




Look at the lovely Miss JCSU as she takes out from her 
reception to survey the scene. 



The elegant evening was highlighted as the queen was 
seranated with song. 




Theresa Is flanked by her family. 



RECEPTION 




"Tick", LaShun, Annie, and the Reverend. 



Good grief Sharon and TrJna, we know you don't get food like this In the 
cafe but slow DOWN! 



BU 



After a busy week of homecoming activi- 
ties Dr. Bernard Franklin presents the 
Class Spirited Award to the victorious 
Sophomore class. 

Everyone took part In the festivities which 
showcased the talents of our dynamic 
JCSU cheerleaders as the performed tan- 
tilizing cheers and stunts. 




Homecoming: "It was a good occasion for 
the people to come together." 

"This made for a very spectacular JCSU 
homecoming." 



Homecoming: "My senior year's home- 
coming ... HA! What a laugh!" 

"I feel that even though we had a few 
problems we still had a pretty good 
time." 



Homecoming: "I feel this year's home- 
coming was a reflection of the rainy 
day and the tragic ordeal of the 
week. The school spirit was low." 

"As a freshman, I thought Homecom- 
ing was going to be wild! I did enjoy 
myself but I am really looking for- 
ward to a WILD time at the HOME- 
COMINGS of the future." 



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THE 

SPECTACULAR 

HALFTIME 




Nothing Is too good for our Miss J.C.S.U. The- 
resa Crunkleton. She arrived at the halftlme 
activities In her royal coach a 1936 Rolls 
Royce. 

Theresa was surrounded by her second atten- 
dant; Gloria Kenney and Little Miss J.C.S.U. 
Karmen Izzard. Also at the gala halftlme was 
Miss Charlotte Alumni. 




Both the President of the University, 
Dr. Robert L. Albright, and the Presi- 
dent of the National Alumni Chapter 
the venerable Cornell Powell delivered 
greetings to the returning Smith Fam- 
ily. Also In attendance was the lovely 
Miss National Alumni. 




ACTIVITIES 
BRIGHTEN A 
RAINY DAY 



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Theresa hails from Pittsburgh PA. She is the daughter of IVIr. & 
Mrs. Jesse Crunkleton. She Is majoring In Communication Arts. 
She wants one day to be a nationally televised broadcaster. She 
Is a scholar with WSOC and UNCF. 



Theresa has many hobbles and fills her free time with work other 
than her class assigned tasks. She spirits the football and basket- 
ball teams on as a cheerleader. She represented the junior class as 
Ms. Junior Class. She Is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, 
Inc. 




Miss Johnson C. Smith University, Theresa A. Crunkleton 



MISS 
JCSU 
FIRST 
ATTENDANT 

oLa^nun rJLawion 



The parents of LaShun Lawson, our Miss JCSU 
First Attendant, must be very proud of their 
daughter. Not only has she excelled 
academically she has also been chosen for this 
prestigous honor. A senior majoring in 
Communication Arts LaShun wants one day to 
become a sports commentator. She is the 
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Ben Lawson. She hails 
from Atlanta GA. 



MISS 

JCSU 

SECOND 

ATTENDANT 

Ljtoria ^Sennu 



A senior Biology and Chemistry major, 

Gloria is a native of Richmond VA. Gloria 

enjoys aerobics, gymnastics and was at 

one time a competative runner. She 

thanks her parents Mr. & Mrs. William 

Kenney. Gloria's goal is to become a 

doctor. 






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Section Editor: Vicki Bell 

128 



ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INC. 
GAMMA DELTA CHAPTER 






Octavia Cannon 



Sonya Hicks 






Gearlene Lesane 



Latonya McGowan 




Debra Mitchell 





Kim McLean 



Sorors Not Pictured: 

Felicia Beane 

Tiffany Eastman 

Jeannie Harrison 

Pamela Hobbs 

Natasha King 

Antoine Whitlock 




Alpha Kappa Alpha is the oldest 
Greek-letter organization estab- 
lished In America by Black college 
women. It is a significant and Inspir- 
ing reflection of the development of 
a minority group in a changing cul- 
ture. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha was founded in 
1908 at Howard University located 
in Washington DC. In its earliest 
days, Alpha Kappa Alpha became a 
symbol of the aspirations of able 
young women to develop their full 
potentials in an atmosphere of 
friendship & mutually supportive 
stimulation to excellence. 



Gamma Delta Chapter consists of 
women from various economic 
backgrounds bound by a powerful 
mystique. This chapter Is united 
through love, strength and trust. It 
is truly sisterhood, one to cherrish 
throughout a lifetime. 









Georgia Bennett 

Estelle Bowers 

Samantha Davis 

Yvette Dorey 

Latonya Floyd 

Tammie Galloway 

Belinda Jackson 

Tanya Jordan 

Tonya Kelly 

Ava Lee 

LaCara Reddick 

Kim Stone 

Felicia Stroud 

Miriam Twitty 

Lita White 

Bridgette Wilform 

Winifred Williams 

Fall Line '86 — Ebony Elegance 



ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY, INC. 



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Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. was 
founded December 7, 1906, at Cornell 
University, Ithica, NY. Alpha Omicron is 
the oldest chapter in the state of North 
Carolina, being founded on May 4, 
1923. The men of Alpha Omicron 
Chapter truly uphold the aims and 
ideals of Alpha Phi Alpha. 



These gentlemen are actively Involved In 
Student Government, Residential Life and 
various organizations on, as well as, off 
campus. These distinctive men represent 
leadership, scholastic achievement and a 
love for all mankind. Their tenacious qua- 
lities stand above all others. 



Their ability to hold the award for \ 
highest G. P. A. nationally. In Alphaland 
this truly proves their committment to 
excellence. 
OFFICERS 

Bro. Terrence Dawkins — President 
Bro. Steven Davis — Vice President 
Bro. Archelus McLean — Secretary 
Bro. Douglas Jones — Treasurer 
Br. Daniel R. Ray, l-Oean of Pledgees 
Bro. Darrell Green — Asst. Dean of 
Pledgees 

Bro. Bernard Cason — Editor-in- 
Chief of Sphinx 

Bro. Marshall Mitchell — Director 
of Education 




LADIES OF 
BLACK & GOLD 



Ms. Alpha Phi Alpha 
Estelle Bowers 
LBGs 

Tracy McPherson — Presi- 
dent 

Thacine Smith — V. President 
Melody Richardson — Secre- 
tary 

Capricia Bell — Treasurer 
Adrianne Anderson 
Tracy Lassiter 
Gwenarda Medley 



These lovely young ladies really do Alpha Phi Alpha justice. Their determination to achieve, concise wiin 
the aims of Alpha. Estelle Bowers — Ms. Alpha Phi Alpha has done Alpha Omicron justice, by placing First 
Runner-Up in the State of North Carolina Ms. Black & Gold Pageant. We are definitely proud of her 
achievement. 



Symetrlcally — Alphas are still on top. 




DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC. 
GAMMA LAMBDA CHAPTER 




Paula Eaton 
Jacqueline Miles 
Klmberly Savannah 
Kim Hartrldge 
Patricia Wallace 
Rendella S 



Karen Clare 
Lisa McDor 
Sellta Crt- 

sa Crunkleton 
Sonya Buchanan 



Jacqueline McMlchael 



Renee Thompson 
Serena Mobley 
Delia Latane 
Charmaine Mots 
Kathryn McKenzte 



Officers 

Pres. Tawana Berry 

Vice Pres. Tasha Christian 

Treasurer, Stephanie Watts 

Recording Sec. Cheryl Daw- 

itins 

Corresponding Sec. Lisa 

■Montgomery 

Financial Sec. Gina Trice 

Historian, Kimary Hardy 

Chaplain, Cynthia Barnes 

Sgt-at-Arr '" ' " 

Miss Delta Sigma Theta 
Kimbelry Lee 



SIGMA 



THETA 



Delta Sigma The- 
ta was founded 
January 13, 1913 
by 22 remarkable 
women on the 
campus of How- 
ward University in 
Washington, D.C. 



The very first 
chapter was 
named Alpha 
Chapter. The ob- 
jective of the so- 
rority is to estab- 
lish and maintain 
a high standard of 



morality and 
scholarship 
amoung women. 

On February 19, 
1944 the Gamma 
Lambda Chapter 
of Delta Sigma 



Theta was orga- 
nized with eleven 
Charter mem- 
bers. Today Gam- 
ma Lambda tries 
to uphold the 
Ideals of their Ini- 
tial founders. 





Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. 

was founded at Howard 

University in 1914. Aipha 

Epsiion Chapter at Johnson C. 

Smith was founded in 1927. 

Phi Beta Sigma is a fraternity 

that encompasses over 80,000 

brothers around the world 

including Africa, Switzerland, 

the Virgin Islands and the 

Caribbean with the purpose of 

serving manitind. 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity is 

known as the "People's 

Fraternity." This organization 

believes in the principles of 

brotherhood, scholarship, and 

service. With these principles 

Phi Beta Sigma strives to 

jphold their motto: "Culture for 

Service and Service for 

Humanity." 




Dennis McCray 

President 
Abraham IVIcCormick 

Vice President 

Dean of Pledgees 
Roland A. Bunch 

Secretary and 

Dean of Stepping 
Billy M. Banks 

Treasurer and Historian 
Jerome McCoy 

Chaplain 
Hugh D. Scott 

Asst. Dean of Pledgees 
William K. Bruton 

Asst. Dean of Stepping 
Charles Walker 
Damian Davis 
Jeff Toblass 
James Ennett 

Advisor 
Leroy Maxwell 

Asst. to Advisor 




Kimberly J. Jones 
Katie Brice 



Zeta Phi Beta Sorority was organized at 
Howard University on January 16, 1920, 
as the result of the encouragement given 
the five founders by Charles Robert Taylor 
and Langston Taylor, members of Phi Beta 
Sigma Fraternity. 

Zeta has been outstanding in carrying its 
share of community relief work in partici- 
pation in voluntary services and life mem- 
ber of N.A.A.C.R Thus, Zeta Phi Beta So- 
rority Inc. and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity 
Inc. became the first official Greek-letter 
sister and brother organizations. 




Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, an 
organization dedicated to 
scholarship, service, sis- 
terly love, and finer wom- 
anhood have brought to- 
gether women from all 
parts of the country. 




EXECUTIVE OFFICERS: 

Daryl T. Sturgls — Editor In Chief; Kim Y. Jones — 

Associate Editor; Vicki Bell — Business Manager; 

Kim Clark — Managing Editor; Kathryn McKenzie 

— Ms. University Yearbook. 

SECTION EDITORS: 

Faculty/StaH/Adminlstration — Kim Y. Jones 

Underclassmen — Jill Taylor & Adrienne Anderson 

Senior Class — Catonseia Jennings 

Sports — Ebec Ratcliff 

Homecoming/Queens — Kathryn McKenzie 

Greeks — Vicki Bell 

Organizations — William Rohlsen 

Student Life — Greggory Johnson & Gwendolyn 

Leverett 



GENERAL STAFF: 


PHOTOGRAPHERS 


Hope Washington 


Herbert Gidney 


Spencer Tukes 


David Hayes 


Ronald Lopez 


Maurey Isley 


Kyle Daniels 


Jason Green 


Ivy Jones 


Michael Worthy 


Brenda L. Britt 


Demetrius Hodges 


Roger Williams 


Jessie Gore 


Cheryl Bunn 




Debbie Moss 




Mr. Herbert Gidney 




Advisor 




Mrs. Joyce Schuler 




Advisor 







Serendipity! That was the key to this year's annual. Discoveries and not all of them 
enjoyable. I chose this path that I walk and the bed of coals that I treaded over I would 
not wish on anyone. The enemies I've made and friends that I found. To put the 
experience of this concised six months would fill a book. But unfortunately you the 
consumer of our work, will probably not want to here me lament over calamities and 
hardships. I know that all you want is the product that we so lovingly produced. I can 
truly say that this has literally been the worst year of my life, a culmination if you will 
of the malestrom I feel I've weathered here at Johnson C. Smith, ah, but that is another 
tragic tale I'm sure you don't want to hear. I guess what I'm trying to say in this 
confused collection of prose is that even though there has been tribulation galore (and 
GOD knows) that I would run down this arduous road again. I am bitter some may 
think, I am, maybe, but I am glad that I had the chance to learn to be ME and to live 
for no one else. 

I must thank some very important people that helped me in this endeavor. My mother, 
Mrs. Gwendolyn Stewart (Thank you Moma, I love you), my mentor Dr. RT. Radcliffe 
(Thank you very much) my advisors Mrs. Joyce Schuler, Mr. Herber Gidney, Mrs. 
Johniemae Flowers and Mrs. Nona Brewington, my most devoted staff members: Kyle 
Daniels, Roger Williams, Bill Rohlsen, and Kathy McKenzie, Ivy Jones, and my dearest 
friends: Terence Powers, Mitchell Sharpe, Gwendolyn Leverett, and Deedra Wright. 

Thank You 

Daryl T Sturgis 
Editor 1987 Bull 



Serving on the Yearbook Staff for two years has definitely been an experience. 

I will never forget. This production of the "Bull" has brought about a great deal of challenge and 
frustration for the entire staff. We have had to overcome various obstacles including budget cuts, 
photo sessions, lack of commitment and inclement weather conditions just to name a few. However 
we perservered and here you have our version of the "Bull" '87. 

Many of us may never assemble together after we leave here so we have provided us with a 
keepsake I'm sure you will cherish and remember so fondly our Alma Mater. 

I'd like to thank my photographers: Jason Green, Jessie Gore, Demetrius Hodges, and Mike Worthy. 



I will remember you ALWAYS 



Kathryn 







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Section Editor: William Rohlsen 

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ALPHA PSI OMEGA 
HONARY DRAMATIC FRATERNITY 

Members: Regginald McNeely, Dr. Charlotte 
D'Armond, Terry Henry, Danny Harrison 



BERRY HALL COUNCIL 

Members; Vanessa Hood; Resident 
Coordinator, Eugene Maybin, James Branch, 
John Logan, Leroy Wise — President. 





BLOCK S 

Members; Mary Quick, Saundra McCracken 



DUKE HALL COUNCIL 

Members: Thomas Wilson, Adwaina DuBose 
President 





HELPING HANDS 

Members: Bruce Davis — Treas., William King 

— President, Leroy Wise — Public Relations, 
Delareia Perry — Parlimentarian, Eugene 
Maybin, Dawne Easley — Recording Secretary, 
Chris King — Vice-President, Kenneth Cooper 

— Corresponding Secretary 



FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS 

Members: Michelle Perry — Is Attendant, Sharon 
Mobley — Ms. Freshmen Class, Shawn Collier — 2nd 
Attendant, Villette Roberson — Treas., Clarence 
Norton, III — Senator-at-iarge, Anton Davis — 
President, Dwain Edwards — Secretary, Asia Mills — 
Senator #1, (Not Pictured) Heath Broughnton — 
Vice-President, Sonya Johnson — Senator #2, Melllsa 
Walker — Assistant Secretary 






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IRA ALDRIDGE DRAMA GUILD 

Reglnalld McNeely, Daryl T. Sturgis, Stanze Hunter — 
Vice-President. Lolita Mobley — Sect/Trea., Dr. 
Charlotte D'Armond — Advisor. Cheryl Beauty Bunn, 
Crystal Kyler, Lori Gavin. Natalie Hobbs. Estelie 
Bowers. Fonda Sanders — President. Terry Henry. 
John Anthony — Vice-President 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Lori Gavin — President. Lita White — Ms. Junior 
Class, Georgia Bennett — 1st attendent. Octavia 
Caanon — Senator, Kim Clark, Cheryl Dawkins, 
Estelie Bowers 





KAPPA KOURT 

Sharon Mobley, Kim R. Lee, Octavia Cannon — Ms. 
Kappa Alpha Psi. Petrlna Nelson, Mia Taylor. Latonya 
Floyd. Valencia Becks. Donna Wong — Ms. Phi Nu Pi. 
Jeanette Taylor — Ms. Alpha Epsilon. LaCara Reddick. 
Christine Austin. Ericka Williams. Sheila Giles 



LIBRARY CLUB 

Sharon Sadler — Vice-President, Patricia Broolts — 
President, Lorna McCucchen, Vaiarie Young — Sect., 
De'Vonne Hoiioway, (not pictured) Pauline Crosby, 
Tanya Jordan, Mrs. Barbera Carr 




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MYERS HALL COUNCIL 

Mecheii Wilson — Student Senate, Sheila Giles 

— Ms. Myers Hall, Sharon Mobley — 2nd Floor 
Rep., Vlllette Roberson — Trea., Helena James 

— Resident Hall Advisor, Ms. Vanessa Hood — 
Resident Coordinator, Evainna Woods — 
Judicial Board, Dana Stevens — President, 
Sharlene S. Ketter — Parlimentarlan, Lisa 
Watson — Secretary 



NCAE STUDENT PROGRAM 

Norman Sanchez — Reporter, Tasha Christian — Ms. 
NCAE, Annie Wright — Sect., Robin Bishop. Estelle 
Bowers, KImberly Stone — President, (not pictured) 
Katie Brice — Daryl BIdgood — Treas., Jerome 
McCoy, Brenda Nash, Sharon Nelson, Ruth 
Robertson, Katie Frazler, Fred Thompson 




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PSI PHI CHI 

Members: Allsa Fryar — Ms. Psi Phi Chi, Daryl T. 
Sturgls — Sect/Treas. Debra Mitchell — President, 
Anjanette Anderson, Caria James, Gwenarda Medley, 
Roger Williams, Donna Pasley, Jacqueline McMlchael, 
Robin Pridgett, (not pictured) Michael Leggett, Kim C. 
Lee, Kim Lesane, Douglas Jones — Vice-President, 
Donald Booker 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Members: Georgia McLean — SGARep, Patricia 
Brooks — SWC, Samantha Davis — SGARep, 
Daryl T. Sturgis — SWC, Doris Brown — SWC, 
Sharon Sadler — Treas. (not pictured) Kathy 
McKenzie — President, LaShun Lawson — Vice- 
President, Tanay Jordan — Sect, Miriam Twitty & 
Latonya McGowan — Ms. Senior Class 





SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

Members: Yvette Mathls — Recording, Dianthe Elland 

— President, Eljuana Barrier — Sect., LaCara 
Reddick — Ms. Sophomore Class, Sophia Griffin — 
Senate, Gregory Bryant — Senate, Earl Williamson — 
Vice-President, Darryl Kemp — Senate, Winston Crisp 

— Pari. 



SOCIETY OF STUDENTS 
in SCIENCE 

Members: — Sonya Buchanon, Paula Eaton — 
SGARep, Sandra Harris — Sect., Claiborne Hughes — 
Treas., KImberly Jones — President, David Page — 
Vice-President (not-pictured) Chris Mathls — Pari., 
Jimmy Smith — Chap., Gloria Kenney — Reporter, 
Brenda Britt, Michelle Thompson, Pla Townes, Dr. 
Marilyn Sutton — Advisor 





TAU BETA SIGMA 

Members: Joyce Schuler — Advisor, Doris 
Brown, Georgia McLean, Cynthia White — 
President, Mia Taylor — Pari., Samantha 
Davis, (not-pictued) Regina James — 
Historian, Dawn Lockett — Treas., Kecia Young 
— Sect., Tracy Rivers — Vice-President 



UNION PROGRAM BOARD 

Members: Mia Robinson — Ms. Union Program 
Board, Robin Bishop — Chairperson, Hugh D. Scott, 
Barrondia Wllklns — Publicity Chair, Vanessa Hood — 
Advisor, Herbert GIdney — Advisor, Donna Pasley, 
Tracy Chamblee — Co-Chalrperson 



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Tri -state Club 

sitting: Tracy Chamblee, Hugh Scott, Gregory Bryant. Standing; Emily Lewlyn, Asia, Kim, Sherifa Griffin. Dot Lindsey, Tonya Thompson. Belinda 
Williams, NIchelle Harper, Shaun Collier, Tammy Reveron, Tracy Stallworth. 



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Phi Beta Sigma Court 

Sitting: Ms. Phi Beta Sigma: Robin Bishop. Stand- 
ing: Mia Robins. Michelle Pfifer, Pam McCloud. 
Andrea Oree. Belinda Williams, De'vonne 
Halloway, Donna Pasley, Sharlffa Griffin. Tonya 
Thompson. Gwen Lee, Dot Lindsey. 



The Student Government Association 





Recording Secretary, 
Tawana ^erry 



Trustee. 

Marshall Mitchell. 

Craig Bell 





The Executive Board 1986-1987 



President, 

Daniel Harrison, 

Vice Pres. Steven Davis 




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The Cast of "Lysistrata": Steph- 
anie Coney, Dr. Charlotte D'Ar- 
mond, Estelle Bowers, Reggie 
McNeeiy, Stephanie Hanes, Terri 
Henry, iMike Paramore, Lisa 
Bronson, Anthony Bunche, Jesse 
Gore, Herman Tinlter, Lori Gavin, 
Dana Poweil, David, Stephna 
Weils, Lolita Mobley, Cheryl 
Bunn, Trevon Hampton, Georgia 
Bennett, William Alston, Daryl T. 
Sturgis, Tammy Ruffin, Tiffany 
Eastman, Lily Jones, Teresa 
Crunckleton. 



ALIVE AND WELL 




"Zooman and the Sign" was originally produced 
off Broadway in New York City. The same author 
who wrote "Zooman" wrote the award winning 
"A Soldier Play". The play "Zooman" received an 
Obie an award given to off Broadway produc- 
tions. 

"Zooman" is a taunt drama about the murder of 
a young girl in a Philadelphia slum and the days 
after her death. The family is slowly destroyed 
as they try to convince several of their neighbors 
to speak to the police, of course to no avail. 
Finally in frustration the father hangs a sign on 
his porch that eventually leads to more violence 
and in the shattering climax causes the death of 
the youth that shot his daughter. 



"Lysistrata" Is an ancient Greek comedy. To further help it to relate the JCSU Theatre 
reset the comedy In West Africa. The premise that it is set on is that the men of Kumbi 
Saleh are fighting the tribe of Walata. The women of both tribes come together and 
decide not to have sex with their husbands until the men stop fighting. All the women, 
led by Lysistrata, hold up in the temple. The ensuing days later find the spurned men 
In a state of agony and confusion. In the end peace and love win out when the men 
stop fighting and the women return to their husbands. 





The Cast of the play "Zooman and the Sign" by Charles Fuller: Dr. Charlotte D'Armond, Director, Anton Davis 
— Victor Tate, Trevon Hampton — Music, James Scott — Emmette Tate, Reggie McNeely — Zooman, Terri 
Henry — Rachel Tate, Spencer Tukes — Rueben Tate, Lori Gavin — Grace, Daryl T. Sturgis — Mr. Jackson/- 
Asst. Director, Stanzi Hunter — Brick Thrower, Estelle Bowers — Ash Boswell, Natalie Hobbs — Lights, Lisa 
Bronson — Tech, Sean Johnson — Lights/Sound/Photos 





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Students from JCSU and other 
historically black colleges from all 
over North Carolina converged on 
the state capital in the month of Oc- 
tober. The reason was the annual 
Black College Day. Our own S.G.A. 
President Danniel Harrison repre- 
sented this school as did an entire 
bus load that went down for the 
march. The activities began on the 
campus of Shaw University and cul- 
minated at the steps of the state 
capltol. The celebration both stress 
brotherhood and a continued aware- 
ness of the problems the black 
school is facing now and in the fu- 
ture. 

Pictures submitted by Valerie Stock- 
ton. 





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The Freshmen chat happKy as they go to yet another Freshman Orientation 

program. 

Dr. Robert Albright, The University President, speal<s to the Freshmen in 

the chapel. 

Catherine Adams is elated that she is able to meet Dr. Allbright. 

Freshmen walking from a program at the chapel. 

Freshmen listen attentively as they are told more information about their 

future at JCSU. 



These Freshman girls smile prettily for the camera. 
Freshmen wine and dine at the dinner in their hon- 



Does the Freshman class look like they can party? 




AAAAAAAA 

Alvis Leon Aikens 

P.O. Box 2183 

New Bern, NC 

Major: Computer Science 

Minor: Business 

Honors: 2nd Place Black History Poetry Contest, 

Leadership Award, Special Services Award 
Activities: Secretary Smith Hall. Student Christian 

Assoc. 

Yvette D. Alston 

P.O. Box 3155 

Myrtle Beach, SC 

Major: Computer Science 

Minor: Business 

Activities: Business Club, Alpha Phi Alpha Court, 
1984-85. Computer Science Club 1984-87, Ira 
Aldridge Drama Guild 1983-85, NAACP 

Anthony Anderson 
560 Lenox Ave. Apt. 3Q 
New York, NY 10037 
Major: Computer Science 
Honors: National Dean's List 
Activities: Varsity Basketball 

B B B B B B B 

Billy Maurice Banks 
324 Fairwood Ave. 
Charlotte, NC 28203 
Major: Business Management 
Honors: MVP- 1985 Football, Football Scholarship 
Activities: Football 1982-1986, Member of Phi 
Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc., Letter S. Club 

Felicia Beane 

Craig Anthony Bell 

22623 SW 113 Place 

Miami, FL 33170 

Major: Mathematics 

Minor: Computer Science 

Activities: President (1985-86) vice-president 
(1984-85) RW Johnson Spiritual Choir; chair- 
man. Student Relations Committee; president, 
Student Christian Association, University Choir 
and University Marching Band; Forensic Society: 
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity 

VIcki Yvonne Bell 

245 Wilbur Ave. 

Atlanta, GA 30316 

Major: Banking & Finance 

Honors: Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities & Colleges: Dean's List; Duke Schol- 
arship; Alpha Lambda Delta Freshmen Honor So- 
ciety 

Activities: University Marching Band; Ambassa- 
dors Club; RW Johnson Spiritual Choir; Universi- 
ty Concert Band; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, 
Inc.; Pan-Hellenic; Junior Class Executive Board; 
Honors Program 

Katie Jeanette Brice 
RO. Box 965 
Newton, NC 28658 
Major: Early Childhood Education 
Honors: National Dean's List; Honor Roll 
Activities: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.; Miss Zeta 
Phi Beta; Sanders Hall — Treas.; NCAE — Vice 
Pres.; SCA; SGA; NAACP; Softball; Cheerleader 

Patricia Ann Brooks 

Rt. 2, Box 260 

Harleyvllle, SC 29448 

Major: Business Administration 

Minor: Management 

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Honors: Tau Beta Chi Business Honor Society; Na- 
tional Dean's List; Duke Scholarship; Dean's List 
Activities: Ambassador's Club; Library Club; SGA 

Lisa R. Bronson 

224 Ames St. 

Pittsburgh, PA 15214 

Major: Political Science 

Minor: History 

Honors: Honors Program; Dean's List; Duke Schol- 
arship; National Dean's List; Presbyterian 
Church USA Scholarship 

Activities: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. — 
Dean of Pledges; Ambassador's Club; Ira Al- 
dridge Drama Guild — Sect./Treas.; Political 
Science Club; RW Johnson Spiritual Choir; 
NAACP 

Doris Eloise Brown 

Rt. 2, Box 306 

Williston, SC 29853 

Major: Sociology 

Minor: Urban Studies 

Activities: University Marching Band 

William Kevin Bruton 

Rt. 4, Box 957 

Pittsboro, NC 27312 

Major: Communication Arts 

Activities: University Choir; Freshmen Gospel 
Choir; RW Johnson Spiritual Choir; Special Ser- 
vices; Smith Hall Advisory Council; Phi Beta Sig- 
ma Fraternity, Inc.; Asst. Step Master, Dean of 
Pledges Asst. Sect.; Pan-Hellenic Council 

Cheryl Beauty Bunn 

28 Hawthorn St., Apt. #1 

Boston, MA 02119 

Major: Communication Arts 

Minor: Publishing & Graphic Arts 

Honors: Dean's List 

Activities: JCSU News — Assoc. Editor; University 
Yearbook; Marching Band; Omega Psi Phi Sweet- 
heart; Miss Gold 85-86; Ira Aldridge Drama 
Guild 

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Eric LeRoy Campbell 

10812 S. Parnell Ave. 

Chicago, IL 60628 

Major: Psychology 

Minor: Political Science 

Honors: Outstanding Young Man of America 

Activities: Epsilon Zeta Epsllon Fraternity; Presi- 
dent's JCSU Bowling Bulls; Psychology Club; Fo- 
rensic Society 

Yvonne M. Conwell 
1115 

Southern Pines, NC 28387 
Major: Communication Arts 
Minor: Journalism 

Honors: National Dean's List, Duke Scholar 
Activities: Member Black Media Association; Ome- 
ga Psi Fraternity 

Kenneth B. Cooper 
110 Florence Court 
Lumberton, NC 28358 
Major: Computer Science 
Minor: Business 

Activities: JCSU Marching Band, NAACP Softball 
Team 

Perlna Covington 

1601 Norris Ave. 

Charlotte, NC 28206 

Major: Computer Science 

Minor: Business 

Activities: JCSU Marching Band; NAACP; Softball 



Selita Nanette Cross 

Rt. 2, Box 123 

Dardens, NC 27846 

Major: Computer Science 

Honors: Honor Roll 

Activities: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; Soft- 
ball; Union Program Board; NAACP; SGA; Ome- 
ga Psi Phi Court 

Theresa A. Crunkleton 

106 W. Mclntyre Ave. 

Pittsburgh, PA 15214 

Major: Communication Arts 

Honors: Dean's List; National Dean's List; Jeffer- 
son Pilot; UNCF, Michael Jackson Scholarship; 
WSOC Scholarship 

Activities: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; Cheer- 
leader; RW Johnson Spiritual Choir; Ms. Junior 
Class; Ms. Johnson C. Smith University: Presi- 
dent's Advisory Council; JCSU News; Kappa 
Sweetheart 

D D D D D D D 

Bruce Godfrey Davis 
5 Belton Ct. 
Sumter, SC 29150 
Major: Marketing 

Activities: Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship 
Inc.; Tunica Drive Committee; Sect. Smith Hall 

Kelvin Tariq Davis 

35 Sussex Ave. 

E. Orange. NJ 07018 

Major: Sociology 

Minor: Criminal Justice 

Honors: All-CIAA Guard (Football) 

Activities: Football; Sociology Club; Asst. Coach; 
Student Union Asst.; Catering with EDY; Bowling 
Team; Groove Phi Groove; Letter S Club; Vice- 
Pres. Berry Hall; Campus Clean-up crew 

Samantha Davis ' 

104 Coolrldge St. 

Fort Mill. SC 29715 

Major: Sociology 

Minor: Criminal Justice 

Honors: Band Scholarship; Dean's List; Ramsuer 
Memorial Scholar 

Activities: University Marching Band; Dancing 
Bull-Ettes; NAACP; New Student Orientation 
Committee; Urban Studies Club; Sociology Club; 
Tau Beta Sigma Honorary Band Sorority; Kappa 
Alpha Psi Sweetheart; Track Team; Softball; Pep 
Club; Intramural Basketball 

____ _____ ______ 
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Major: Communications Arts 
Activities: Omega Psi Phi Court; RW Johnson Spiri- 
tual Choir 



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Dawn Terese Easley 

1030 Carver St. 

Fayettevllle, NC 28301 

Major: Marketing 

Honors: Dean's List, National Dean's List; Horace 
A. Davenport Scholar 

Activities: SGA; SCA; Helping Hands; Urban Stud- 
ies Club 

Tiffany Joy Eastman 
61 Saint Richard 
Roxbury, MA 02119 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: Early Childhood Ed. 



Honors: Dean's List, National Dean's List; UNCF 
Schoiarsliip 

Activities: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.; Psy- 
chology Club; NAACP — Sect.; Ira Aldridge Dra- 
ma Guild; Micro Psych Lab Asst.; Sigma Sweet- 
heart; Greenfield Hall Council 

Katherine Octavia Ellerbe 
2401 Statesville Ave. 
Charlotte, NC 28206 
Major: Computer Science 
Minor: Business 

Honors: Dean's List; National Dean's List 
Activities: Women's Softball; SGA; Union Program 
Board 



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Marian M. Flowers 
2415 Catalina Ave. 
Charlotte, NC 28206 
Major: Business Administration 
Minor: Communications 
Honors: Winner: National Poetry Contest 
Activities: NAACP; Ira Aldridge Drama Guild; Busi- 
ness Club 

Alisa Rena Fryar 

1941 S St. SE 

Washington, DC 20020 

Major: Psychology 

Honors: Honors Program; Duke Scholarship 

Activities: RW Johnson Spiritual Choir; Sophomore 
Class Rep.; Junior Class Rep.; Pep Club; Home- 
coming Committee; Psychology Club; Miss Psi 
Phi Chi; SGA; SCA; Student Alumni Assoc; Bull- 
fest Com. 



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Andre L. Goode 

1133 0gden Ave. #23R 

Bronx, NY 10452 

Major: Accounting 

Minor: Business Administration 

Activities: Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. 

Herman Clark Gore 

2106 Apt. A Tom Hunter Rd. 

Charlotte, NC 28213 

Major: Biology 

Minor: Chemistry 

Honors: Duke Endowment Scholarship; UNCF 

Scholarship 
Activities: Science Club; NAACP; Union Program 

Board; Kappa Alpha Psi 

Jocelyn Elizabeth Green 

212 South 17 St. 

Wilmington, NC 28401 

Major: Political Science 

Honors: Dean's List; Communication Workers of 
America Scholar 

Activities: Miss YWCA; Union Program Board; Po- 
litical Science Club; NATO Simulation in Wash- 
ington. DC; NAACP; SGA 

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Lisa Rene Hall 

3709 Cobbleridge Dr. 

Charlotte, NC 28215 

Major: English 

Minor: Communication 

Activities: University Choir; Marching Band; Miss 

University Choir; Miss Student Alumni; Sect. 

Student Alumni; English Club; Treewell 



Treven Thomas Hampton 
70 Sterling St. 
Hartford, CT 06112 
Major: Communication Arts 
Minor: Music 
Honors: All CIAA Trumpet 

Activities: Marching Band; Musician for Ira Al- 
dridge 

Terri Denis Henry 

Ernest Hill 

6300 Apt. 5, Countryside Dr. 

Charlotte, NC 28213 

Major: Communication Arts 

Minor: Marketing 

Activities: Black Media Assoc. 

Walter Lee Hill 

1809 Wilmore Dr. 

Charlotte, NC 28203 

Major: Communication Arts 

Minor: Mathematics 

Honors: National Dean's List; Duke Scholarship; 
JCSU Scholarship; American Biographical Insti- 
tute 

Natalie Ann Hobbs 

709 Flemming St. 

Greenville, NC 27834 

Major: Communication Arts 

Honors: Jefferson Pilot Scholarship 

Activities: Ira Aldridge Drama Guild; Army ROTC 

Ka'Sharon Purdy Hose 

1701 Garden St. 

Jacksonville. FL 32209 

Major: Communication Arts 

Activities: SGA; Black Media Association; NAACP 

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Ida P. Johnson 

81-R St. NW 

Washington, DC 20001 

Major: Computer Science 

Minor: Business Administration 

Honors: Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society, Alpha Chi 
National Honor Society; Duke Scholar. JCSU 
Scholarship; Dean's List; President's List 

Activities: Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority; Track Team 

Richard Greggory Johnson. Ill 

810 Soundview Ave. 

East Bronx. NY 10473 

Major: Urban Studies 

Minor: Political Science 

Activities: NAACP; RW Johnson Spiritual Choir; 
Homecoming Committee; Public Relations; Al- 
pha Phi Omega 

Tanya Michelle Jordan 

PC. Box 1557 

Bennettsvilie, SC 29512 

Major: Banking and Finance 

Honors: Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society. 

Alpha Clil National Honor Society; Tau Beta Chi 

Business Honor Society; Honors Program Dean's 

List 
Activities: Library Club. BEST Mentor Program. 

Ambassador Club; Junior Class Corresponding 

Sec; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 



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Gloria Kenny 

Sharon Anise Key 

700 Concordia Ave. 

Charlotte. NC 28206 

Major: Banking and Finance 

Activities: University Marching Band 



Karol King 
William Robert King 
121 Cemetery St. 
Chester. SC 29706 
Major: Urban Studies 
Minor: Political Science 

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LaShun V. Lawson 

1512 Athens Ave. 

Atlanta. GA 30310 

Major: Communications 

Honors: Jefferson Pilot Scholarship Award. Jour- 
nalism Award 

Activities: Associate Editor JCSU News; Ira Al- 
dridge Drama Guild, RW Johnson Spiritual Choir; 
Editor University Student News; Yearbook Staff 

Cleo Dolores Littlejohn 

401 Satratt Dr 

Gaffney, SC 29340 

Major: Social Work 

Dawn Lockett 

M M M M M M 

Saundra McCracken 

555 Jabbertown Rd. 

Southport, NC 28461 

Major: Physical Education 

Honors: Pettis Norman Award; Athlete of the Year; 
MVP Softball & Volleyball; Best Defense Player. 
Basketball; Most Improved 

Dennis Albert McCray 

109 Mogans Rd. 

Madison Heights. VA 24573 

Major: Computer Science 

Minor: None 

Honors: National Dean's List; President's List 

Activities: Phi Beat Sigma Fraternity Inc.. Presi- 
dent; Peer Counselor; Pan Hellenic Council; 
Football Team. 

Abraham McCormick 

Rt. 1. Box 44-A 

Meggett, SC 29460 

Major: Political Science 

Minor: Business 

Activities: Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.; Pan Hel- 
lenic Council 

Lorna Chaindra Gwyn McCutchen 

1544 Steadfast St. 

Columbia, SC 29203 

Major: Business Management 

Minor: Computer Science 

Activities: NAACP; Library Club; NABA; SGA; Uni- 
versity Choir; Empire State Club; Union Program 
Board; Special Services 

Latonya Monique McGowan 

28 Panorama Dr. 

Oxon Hill. MD 20745 

Major: Accounting 

Honors: Dean's List; National Dean's List; Ameri- 
can Institute of Certified Public Accountants 
Scholarship; North Carolina Certified Public Ac- 
countants Scholarship; JCSU Scholarship; Spe- 
cial Services Leadership & Perseverance Award; 
Tau Beta Chi. Academic Achievement Award 

Activities: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Inc.; Spe- 
cial Services member and tutor; National Associ- 
ation of Black Accountants; Recording sect.; 
Sophomore class recording sect.; Golden Girl. 
University Marching Band; Dancing Bull-ettes; 
Hospitality Representative; 2nd Floor Duke Hall 
Rep.; JCSU Modeling Troupe. Kappa Alpha Psi 
Sweetheart 

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Kathryn Rae McKenzie 

516 E. Allen Lane 

Philadelphia, PA 19119 

Major: Marketing 

Honors: National Dean's List; Lambda Delta; Alpha 
Kappa Mu; Alpha Chi; UNCF Scholarship 

Activities: Freshman Class Executive Board; 1st 
Attendant Miss Junior Class, University March- 
ing Band; University Yearbook; Delta Sigma The- 
ta Sorority; Sophomore Class Executive Board; 
Miss Rho Chapter; Pan Hellenic Council: BESI 
Mentor Program; Ms. University Yearbook 

Georgia Auanita McLean 

Rt. 2. Stanley, NC 28216 

Major: Banking & Finance 

Honors; BESI Mentor Program 

Activities: Union Program Board; Student Govt. 
Assoc; University Marching Band; Flag Captain, 
Treasurer, Vice-president; Sigma Gamma Rho 
Sorority, Inc.; Tau Beta Sigma Honorary Band 
Sorority; Pan Hellenic, Pari. 

KImberlyn Darshall Marshall 

34 Stanton Dr. 

Upper Malboro, MD 20772 

Major: Business Management 

Honors: Dean's List 

Activities: Track Team; Corresponding Sect. Sopho- 
more Class; Vice-president — Junior Class; 
Union Program Board; NAACP 

Cynthia A. Mayes 
Rt. 4, Box 535 
Seneca, SC 29678 
Major: Urban Studies 
Activities: University Marching Band 
Steven E. Messam 
34-28 106 St. 
Queens, NY 11368 
Major: Business Administration 
Activities: NAACP; Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; Busi- 
ness Club 

Debra Renee Mitchell 

75 LaSalle St. 

Nev( York, NY 10027 

Major: Psychology 

Honors: Dean's List, Beta Kappa Chi Honor Soci- 
ety, MBRS 

Activities: Psychology Club Pres.; Resident Coun- 
cil Pres.; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Elec- 
tion Committee; NAACP 

Beatrice Montgomery 

Lauri Ann Moore 

215 NW 5th Ave. 

Bounton Beach, FL 33435 

Major: Computer Science 

Minor: Business 

Honors: Dean's List; National Dean's List; Duke 
Scholarship 

Activities: SGA; Computer Science Club; Delta Sig- 
ma Theta Sorority, Inc. 

Jackie Morris 

Charmalne Moss 



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Towanna Parker 

Joey Horace Pendergrass 

Rt. 5, Box 489 

Chester, SC 29706 

Major: Communication Arts 

Activities: Freshmen Gospel Choir; NAACP; Smith 
Hall Council Rep.; Internship with WGIV Golden 
Bulls Basketball: Special Services; Staff writer 
on the JCSU Newspaper 

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Ebec Ratcliff 

Verdan N. St. Aimie 

Frederlksted 

St. Croix, USVI 00840 

Major: Marketing 

Activities: Student-Faculty Judiciary Board 

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Sharon N. Sadler 

1408 North St. 

Greenville, SC 29607 

Major: Banking & Finance 

Honors: Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society; 
Alpha Chi National Honor Society; Tau Beta Sig- 
ma Business Honor Society, National Dean's List 

Activities: Library Club; BESI Mentor Program 

Fonda Yvette Sanders 

410 Oak St. 

Smithfield, NC 27577 

Major: Communication Arts 

Activities: President, Ira Aldridge Drama Guild, 
SGA; Black Media Association; JCSU News; 
Dancing Bull-ettes; Intern, WGIV Radio; Cablevi- 
sion 

Mario Oliver Sans 

163-67 Mathias Ave. 

Jamaica, NY 11433 

Major: Accounting 

Honors: Presidential Scholar; Honors Program; 
National Dean's List; Alpha Lambda Delta Na- 
tional Honor Society; Alpha Kappa Mu National 
Honor Society; Duke Scholarship 

Activities: Chess Club, Ambassador's Club 

Soundra Rene Simpson 

133 Kawson St. 

Bennettsville, SC 29512 

Major: Communication Arts 

Activities: VP — Freshman Class; SCA; SGA; 
NAACP; JCSU News; BMA Newsletter; JCSU 
Bull Newspaper; Freshman Gospel Choir; Intern- 
ship Biddleville Five-Points Community Center 

Bertha Smalls 

3812 Mary Ann Point Rd. 

John's Island, SC 29455 

Major: Computer Science 

Minor: Business Administration 

Karren Yvette Spencer 

107 Ingleside Dr. 

Fayetteville, NC 28303 

Major: Accounting 

Honors: Dean's List; National Dean's List; Duke 
Scholarship 

Activities: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Pres. Tau Beta 
Chi; University Choir; NABA; NAACP; Awards 
Committee 

Kimberly B. Stone 

Rt. 3, Box 102 

Ridgeway, SC 29130 

Major: Early Childhood Education 

Honors: JCSU Scholarship for University Choir; 
Dean's List 

Activities: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.; Ladles 
of Black & Gold; University Choir; RW Johnson 
Spiritual Choir; NCAE, Pres. and Sect.; 1st atten- 
dant to Miss University Choir, NAACP 

Daryl Tyler Sturgis 

2795 Bethabara Rd. 

Winston-Salem, NC 27106 

Major: Urban Studies 

Minor: French 

Honors: National Dean's List; Dean's List; Universi- 
ty Marching Band Scholarship; Shiloh Baptist 
Church Scholarship; Alpha Psi Omega Honorary 



Dramatic Fraternity 
Activities: JCSU Marching Band; King of Special 
Services; Ira Aldridge Drama Guild; Plays: Roar 
of the Greasepaint The Smell of the Crowd; Lysls- 
trata; To Be Young Gifted and Black; Zooman and 
the Sign; RW Johnson Spiritual Choir; Sec. Re- 
porter Sophomore class; Junior Class Rep.; 
Beautiflcation Committee; SGA; SCA; Treewell 
Staff Urban Studies Club; Sect./Treas. Psi Chi 
Phi (Psychology Club); Intern Charlotte Organiz- 
ing Project; Intern Housing Authority; NAACP; 
NCNW; Union Program Board; Student Orienta- 
tion Leader; French Tutor; Coronation Commit- 
tee; President's Advisory Council; Bullfest Com- 
mittee; Chairman of the Blue & Gold Ball 1987; 
Associate Editor, Yearbook 1985-86; Edltor-ln- 
Chief "The Bull" 1987 



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Miriam E. Twitty 

405 Hudgins St. 

Marlon, NC 28752 

Major: Banking & Finance 

Minor: Political Science 

Honors: Tau Beta Chi Business Honor Society; Al- 
pha Lambda Delta National Honor Society; Al- 
pha Chi National Honor Society; Alpha Kappa 
Mu National Honor Society: National Dean's 
List; Special Services Student of the Year; Miss 
Alpha Omicron; Foreign Language Award — 84; 
Nominee for Who's Who in American Colleges & 
University; Honors Program; Duke Scholar 

Activities: Ladles of Black & Gold; Junior Class ^ 
Treas.; Dancing Bull-ettes — Treas.; NAACP; RW 
Johnson Spiritual Choir; Political Science Club; 
Tutor; Peer Counselor — Special Services; Alpha . 
Kappa Alpha 

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Caria Andrea Upshur 
Rt. 6. Box 301 
Hillsborough, NC 27278 
Major: Business Administration 

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Mary Marrow Welch 

9519 Feldbank Dr. 

Charlotte, NC 28216 

Major: Sociology 

Minor: Criminal Justice 

Activities: NAACP; Sociology; Bible Study 

Honors: Certificate In Administration of Justice; 

Long Beach City Community College 
Winifred Williams 
Annie Maria Wright 
UPO Box 517 
Charlotte, NC 28216 
Major: Early Childhood Education 
Honors: Dean's List, National Dean's List 
Activities: SGA; SCA; RW Johnson Spiritual Choir; 

NAACP; NCAE; Ms. Greenfield Hall; Ms. RW 

Johnson Choir 



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Andrea Yvette Youngblood 
Rt. 1, Box 277-B 
Younges Island, SC 29494 
Major: Computer Science 
Minor: Business 

Activities: Freshmen Gospel Choir; Computer Sci- 
ence Club 




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To you ole JC Smith, we sing this ode: 
We're so glad that we had this TIME TOGETHER; 
Just to have a laugh or sing a song, but before 
You know it comes the come we have to say SO 
LONG. 

It was once written that the moving hand writes, 
and having written, moves on. We are like that, 
we enter this hollowed halls mere youths, full of 
zeal and naivete. We leave with your thought 
and edicts echoing in our ears. Your voice like a 
siren, has lured us here and we have heard the 
song of education. As we know part to go and 
become what it is we are to become, that is but 
one phrase that we must sigh as we leave your 
bosom . . . 



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